POINT OF VIEW (Organic Cartography), 2012

POINT OF VIEW is an installation consisting four pieces of paintings, video projections and sound. The works are cartographic representations of four types of migrating animals. This is achieved by taking the microscopic patterns of the animals as the landscape, and the animals’ migration patterns as the networks or routes of the map. As all living beings transform through time and space, the maps in question will tend to undergo this same process much like unfrozen worlds in constant flux.

As climate change and man made environment interventions continue to influence the migrating routes of these animals, this piece questions the (in)ability of these animals to adapt to the fast changing pace of their environments.